Degrees type: Bachelor

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Psychology is the study of the mind, brain, and behavior. Psychologists seek to answer questions surrounding why people do what they do.

The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Mount Aloysius College prepares students with a broad education in the liberal sciences and arts. This preparation offers a variety of choices for career and/or advanced study at graduation. Individual attention and support from engaged professors, small class-sizes, focused service opportunities, and great internships help Mount Aloysius Psychology students stand-out and succeed.

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Program Highlights

  • Graduates have the skills to immediately enter the workforce

  • Many alumni move on to graduate school and are well prepared to do so

  • The program has an active Psychology Club whose members regularly participate in service and research projects

  • Minor Available

Students learning in a classroom

Mountie Spotlight

Donating the Gift of Sight

The MAC Psychology Club donated glasses for those less fortunate.

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Seizing The Goldyn Opportunity

Emily Goldyn and #MountiePride could be synonyms. In and out of the classroom, Emily left her mark at Mount Aloysius

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Serving Those Who Serve

MAC Psych Club members donate "baskets of appreciation" to local first responders

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Ending Mental Health Stigma, One Book at a Time

Jessica’s book helps parents and kids understand physical and mental health.

Watch a video with alum Diron Duah talking about the psychology program.

Watch a video with alum Emily Goldyn talking about the psychology program.

Watch a video about what to expect when visiting Mount Aloysius.

Student Voices & Success Stories

  • Anjelique Gorba, ‘16, is now a graduate student in the Community Counseling, MS, program at Mount Aloysius College.
  • Brittany Mazur, ‘16, is now a graduate student in the Psychology, MS, program at Mount Aloysius College.
  • Cassandra Lieb, ‘16, is now a graduate student in the Counseling, MS, program at Chatham University.
  • Bethany Hanzir, ‘17, supervises the Telecounseling Department at Mount Aloysius College.
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Psychology offers a large number of different job opportunities.

Diron Duah
Class of 2019

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